For many patients who are living with tendonitis and other conditions in which their tendons are affected by damaged tissue, chronic pain is an everyday part of life. What you may not know is that that damaged tissue is actually the source of that pain, and that by removing that tissue as part of your tendonitis therapy, you can find relief and accelerate your body’s healing process to reach a faster, more effective recovery.
The Physicians Spine & Rehabilitation Specialists are proud to utilize the Tenex Health TX® System as part of our chronic tendonitis treatment services. Tenex treatment is a minimally invasive procedure designed to remove damaged tendon tissue that causes patients pain and stimulate a healing response in the affected area. This allows patients to return more quickly to their normal daily routine, and to experience long-term relief from chronic pain.
The Physicians are passionate about providing the least invasive, most technologically-advanced care available. If you’re looking to receive treatment from the best, most long-standing pain specialist near you in Georgia, schedule your appointment with The Physicians today.
This procedure uses an ultrasonic instrument to break up and remove scar tissue from a damaged tendon. It's performed through a tiny incision in your skin. It helps treat the pain and inflammation of tendonitis.
Tenex is an exciting technology for providing minimally-invasive treatment to patients with tendonitis and other conditions that affect the tendons. But how does Tenex work, exactly, and what can you expect when you come in for your therapy?
Here’s what happens during a Tenex procedure with The Physicians Spine & Rehabilitation Specialists:
For most patients, Tenex treatment is not painful at all. While there may be some mild discomfort as the local anaesthetic is applied, once the area is numbed, you shouldn’t be able to feel your procedure happening.
5. No! Tenex is an outpatient procedure, meaning you are free to go home following your therapy.
No. The incision required to perform Tenex is extremely small and requires no stitches. Just a small, adhesive bandage will be necessary.
If you’re ready to try Tenex, or you’re interested in learning more, The Physicians Spine & Rehabilitation Specialists are here to consult with you, answer your questions, and get you started on the road to pain relief. Schedule your appointment today using our easy online tool.